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Author Dima.Tisnek
Recipients Dima.Tisnek, Dolf.Andringa, exarkun, giampaolo.rodola, grooverdan, janssen, jcea, markk, pdp, pitrou, scott.tsai
Date 2013-11-25.10:35:28
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Is this really not going into Python2 series?

It's not a Python feature or a language feature, it's a matter of exporting OpenSSL feature.

Furthermore it's a matter of security, same as support for session tickets is a matter of performance.

SNI was first introduced in 2004, RFC in 2006, libcurl supported it from 2008, you had a patch since 2009 and still it's not in?

Are you guys intentionally trying to cripple Python2?

What do you think is likelier outcome, faster Python3 adoption or Python  labelled insecure?
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